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Aggressive Tiny Cat

Hi - hoping someone can help me out with this. I have 4 cats that live together - all indoor only. Two are 7, and the other two are almost 3 years old. Nothing in their lives has changed.

Pixie, one of the 3 year olds, is very very tiny - maybe 3 pounds. She is healthy (they all are). For some reason, she attacks Megwyn (one of the 7 year olds). Megwyn does not bother her at all, she is in fact pretty shy and really doesn't even fight back. I have NO idea why Pixie attacks her. They are both very attached to me, so I do not know if this is like jealousy for mommy?

I have tried the Comfort Zone Plug-Ins and some bach flower essences in their water, but no results yet. Can I give one or both of them something to help them get along? for such a tiny little cat, Pixie really has an attitude and is relentless! I spray her with water too when she attacks, but she still does it five minutes later. She doesn't attack anyone else.

  cariansky on 2010-01-07
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Please give her a single dose of Nux Vomica 200c (only once, not daily) and see how it affects her in the next 10 days.
kadwa last decade

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